WALNUT, BLACK - New!
A relative of the Butternut. Known for its rich dark-brown heartwood and beautiful bright yellow leaf display in autumn. Its nut is a valuable food source for wildlife. Black walnut's release of juglone from its roots is tolerated well when planted amongst other native species such as hemlock, maples, oaks, eastern white cedar, and cherries, to name a few.
Source: Regionally sourced native
Soil: Prefers well-drained, rich soils
Sun: Intolerant of shade, prefers full sun. At the bottom of south facing hillsides is ideal
Seedling Height: 6-18"
Maximum height: Up to 30+m tall
Potted or Root: Bare root